Many of Degrassi's alumni have gone on to successful careers in front of and behind the camera, although some ran far, far away from show biz after leaving the series.
Mc Donald said that part of this came because she forgot why she loved being an actress in the first place, adding that she no longer approached it with the "starry eyed dreaminess" she had before.
However, she says she isn't ruling out a return in the future, so fingers crossed that we'll get to see her on screen again soon.
This is the second mini-"Degrassi" reunion in the past week, as Miriam Mc Donald (Emma Nelson) and Cassie Steele (Manny Santos) met up for coffee in late July.
Other famous alums from the Canadian series include former "Vampire Diaries" star Nina Dobrev and former "90210" star Shenae Grimes.
; and, from her Instagram page, it seems like she's definitely living her best life, attending music festivals and frequently posting pictures alongside her loving boyfriend.
She also has a few more film projects lined up for the coming years, including the drama .
While he left the show in 2007, Drake met up with a trio of his former costars on Wednesday night at the Toronto screening of the new series "We Are Disorderly." At the event, he was seen taking photos with Daniel Clark (Sean Cameron), Adam Ruggiero (Maro Del Rossi) and Lauren Collins (Paige Michalchuk).
The series they were supporting is directed by Samir Rehem, who directed a ton of "Degrassi" episodes, and written by Mazin Elsadig, who played Damian on the Noggin show.
Since leaving the series, he has cemented his status as a music superstar by constantly breaking records and earning 27 Grammy nominations and three wins in the process.
His most recent album, 2016's , with the rapper saying he would go to the studio until 4 or 5 a.m.
Mc Intyre stopped acting after If you are mentally prepared to think about J. Yorke, may he rest in peace, we can talk a bit about the actor who plays him, Ryan Cooley.